23rd May 2022 – Innovative slots supplier AvatarUX has ventured to the wild setting of the African savannah in its latest feature-rich hit, RagingPop™.
Containing AvatarUX’s hugely popular PopWins™ mechanic, the highly detailed and visually appealing slot combines numerous mechanics for action-packed gameplay.
A Golden Rhino acts as a super-high symbol, paying out with just a combination of two symbols, rather than three.
In addition, every time the reels are spun, the Raging Reel feature can be triggered, which will see Rhinos rampage across the screen, raising reel heights and adding multipliers to the matrix which can reach up to 500x in height.
In base play, through the ‘popping’ of wins, reels can reach up to six symbols high, while in the bonus this can hit seven, for increased win potential and anticipation building with every pop.
Three or more scatter symbols will award the free spins mode, which launches a multi-stage gamble mode, where players can spin a Gamble Wheel for increased free spins if successful. Multiple successful spins can lead to up to 30 free spins being awarded.
During the bonus round, there is progressive reel growth, with every reel growing by one symbol after 10 spins. This process is repeatable until max reel height is reached.
There is also the option for an Ante Bet feature to be enabled, doubling the base to bonus hit rate for an increase of 25% in stake value, as well as the ability to progress straight through to the Free Spins with the Buy Feature.
RagingPop™ becomes the latest title to join AvatarUX’s rich portfolio, filled with diverse themes that all highlight the innovative proprietary mechanic, PopWins™.
Nicola Longmuir, CEO at AvatarUX, said: “We’ve explored a plethora of dynamic themes in our PopWins™ series and in RagingPop™ we’ve journeyed to the African savannah for an immersive adventure.
“Combining numerous features, huge multipliers and a max win of 20,000x, it is another high volatility adventure that gives players the chance to enjoy the spectacular AvatarUX slots.”